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Originally Posted by JoeB Hmm ..how to put this gently...C# *is* Java with just enough changes to make it just different enough to allow ........you get the picture... That's the ...
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- 06-24-2005 #21
Originally Posted by JoeB
- 06-24-2005 #22
Cool TechieMoe. Personally I think Java is too easy. But that's just my opinion. Hey where'd you get you'e BA in Computer Science at?
- 06-24-2005 #23Originally Posted by Richard_The_Lionhearted
But that's just my opinion. Hey where'd you get you'e BA in Computer Science at?
- 06-24-2005 #24
OP wrote:(in college right now, wanted to make sureim going in the right direction)
Strive to be a business analyst (i.e. someone who can communicate with customers) first, and a programmer second. If you want to get a job out of college where all you do is hide in a cubicle and pump out code all day, forget it. Someone in India can do it just as well for $1 / hour. There is no way we can compete with that.
Remember that you need to make yourself vital to the business you are working for. By taking a couple classes now in, say, business or the industry you plan to be working in, you will make it a bit easier on yourself down the road. I am not writing this to discourage you, but rather to remind you that geeks are a dime a dozen - when you can translate your tech skills into something of value to your business customers you can (hopefully) expect to find and keep a job.
techieMoe wrote:It used to be called Southwest Texas State University, but my senior year they decided (and there was much disagreement over this) to change it to Texas State.
- 06-25-2005 #25
Hey C# is an open standard not MS .NET is MS not C# and I would say any language is easy (so to speak) it what you do with it that makes it complex.
- 06-25-2005 #26Originally Posted by Giro
Also, I agree, it's not the language that's hard, it's what you're trying to do with it. The logic behind an operation is much more difficult to flesh out than the actual syntax for the code.
- 06-25-2005 #27
Yeh mono does spring to mind, But I agree .NET/C# is MS's answer to Java.